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Jermaine Jackson; his memoir on Michael

Duration:
30 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 14 September 2011

With Mark Lawson.

Jermaine Jackson discusses setting the record straight with You Are Not Alone, his memoir about his brother Michael.

Comedian Steve Punt reviews No Naughty Bits, a new play about the Pythons' landmark 1975 court struggle to reinstate material censored by a US TV network.

And KJ Orr discusses her short story The Human Circadian Pacemaker, in which a married couple adjust to the shift in their relationship after the astronaut-husband returns from a space trip. This is one of five shortlisted for this year's BBC National Short Story Award. The winning author will be announced live on Front Row on Monday 26 September.

Producer Philippa Ritchie.

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